BricsCAD V19's Best Three New Functions
bimQuickDraw command draws rectangles and L-shapes with height for conceptually designing buildings and room layouts.
When you start the command, you see this initial square. The blue square represents the floor area, the white outline is the walls. The wall thickness is fixed at 1/4" in imperial drawings and 5mm in metric ones.
As you move the cursor, the square elongates. You can enter exact distances in the dynamic distance fields.
When you click a point to indicate the opposite corner (and the size of the floor), walls appear; the height is fixed at 10' (imperial) and 3m (metric). The dimensions show you the distance from all four walls.
Click the blue + to add stories to the floor. The more you click, the more stories you get. (When you click the blue + too many times, you cannot remove stories.)
Draw more attached rooms inside and out by clicking a point inside or outside the walls.
To cut out a portion of a wall, click at the base of the wall. You did it right when a portion of the wall turns red.